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Re: Happy Christmas

PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2018 6:53 pm
by manfred
Hi Garudaman, It is a bit odd to talk such a lot about Christmas in May, but hey, that how this forum goes sometimes.

There is no really difference between "Happy Christmas" and "Merry Christmas". People use both interchangeably. Strictly, "merry" means a joyful, social occasion.

Re: Happy Christmas

PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 11:23 pm
by idesigner1
manfred wrote:Hi Garudaman, It is a bit odd to talk such a lot about Christmas in May, but hey, that how this forum goes sometimes.

There is no really difference between "Happy Christmas" and "Merry Christmas". People use both interchangeably. Strictly, "merry" means a joyful, social occasion.


Merry Xmas rhymes better than happy Xmas.

May be there is pun about mother Mary when Christian greets Merry Xmas!No mother Mary no Xmas. :heh:

Same way happy birthday rhymes better than merry birthday.